Luxury Real Estate Specialists Worldwide Christie’s International Real Estate. Christie’s, the world’s leading art house, is a name that speaks of extraordinary art, unparalleled expertise, and international glamor. The Christie’s International Real Estate network, dedicated to the marketing and sale of luxury residential real estate worldwide, achieves sales in excess of $125 billion annually. Indeed, the marketing of fine art and high-end properties has proved to be a natural combination, resulting in a real estate marketing powerhouse driven by the passion and success of the Christie’s name and the local connections and expertise of expert brokers. By cultivating this unique balance of worldwide scope with a personal touch, Christie’s International Real Estate has become a global authority on marketing exceptional properties. Christie’s International Real Estate magazine delivers exclusive access to the clientele of Christie’s and Christie’s International Real Estate, creating an unprecedented level of international visibility to buyers and sellers of high-value properties. Your message will be delivered to a select, private, and qualified group of readers who are proven purchasers of luxury goods, collectors of fine art, and investors in multimillion-dollar properties - the most affluent demographic, who are notoriously difficult to reach.Produced four times a year, this industry-leading publication has an annual readership of approximately one million. Our June 2012 re-launch sees the magazine swell to 250 pages, promising personality and flair with engaging, lively articles that draw on the Christie’s brands’ rich heritage and expertise. Our new editorial content covers the arts, leisure, international cultural events, and the world of ultra-luxury, alongside an unrivalled showcase of the world’s most exclusive real estate.
M E D I A PA C K Luxury Real Estate Specialists Worldwide WELCOME Welcome to the relaunched magazine from Christie’s International Real Estate. This is a publication that invites attention. C hristie’s, the world’s leading art house, is a name that speaks of extraordinary art, unparalleled expertise, and international international visibility to buyers and sellers of high-value properties. Your message will be delivered to a select, private, and qualified glamor. The Christie’s International Real group of readers who are proven purchasers Estate network, dedicated to the marketing of luxury goods, collectors of fine art, and and sale of luxury residential real estate investors in multimillion-dollar properties— worldwide, achieves sales in excess of $125 the most affluent demographic, who are billion annually. Indeed, the marketing of fine notoriously difficult to reach. art and high-end properties has proved to be a natural combination, resulting in a real estate Produced four times a year, this industry- marketing powerhouse driven by the passion leading publication has an annual readership and success of the Christie’s name and the local of approximately one million. Our June 2012 connections and expertise of expert brokers. By re-launch sees the magazine swell to 250 cultivating this unique balance of worldwide pages, promising personality and flair with scope with a personal touch, Christie’s engaging, lively articles that draw on the International Real Estate has become a global Christie’s brands’ rich heritage and expertise. authority on marketing exceptional properties. Our new editorial content covers the arts, leisure, international cultural events, and the Christie’s International Real Estate magazine world of ultra-luxury, alongside an unrivalled delivers exclusive access to the clientele of showcase of the world’s most exclusive real Christie’s and Christie’s International Real estate. Estate, creating an unprecedented level of 020 NEWS ASIA & OCEANIA 020 ARTS & CULTURE AUSTRALIA the rise of the m e d i c i co l l e c to r Disti nctive properti es arou n D th e wor lD Happy to mix a Picasso with a Persian carpet, a new breed of collector is starting to make ripples across the art world, writes Josh Spero, editor of Spear’s magazine E very so often I shuffle the postcards that are propped New York, a record for that colour. And Christie’s doubled its up on the desk at which I write, so that I have a new one 2009 sales in Hong Kong, with watches, jewels, wine, ceramics to inspire me. The latest one at the front is Beccafumi’s and classical, modern and contemporary regional art all racing Tanaquil (1519), a blonde, elegant Roman matron in a pale ahead. Syed Haider Raza’s Saurashtra (1983) was a recent green dress with rather oversized feet, a mythological subject record for Modern Indian art at $3,500,000. The East’s from the Sienese Renaissance. Behind her is Picasso’s unquenchable thirst has perhaps led the most extraordinary revolutionary Les Demoiselles d’Avignon (1907). Behind them, field of growth: Christie’s in Hong Kong sold a six-litre bottle a postcard a friend sent me of an etiolated gentleman reading of 1961 Château Latour this year for £135,000. a newspaper by André Derain. Behind him, a melancholy One needs to look beyond regional wealth favouring Gregory Crewdson photograph of a deserted junction in small-town America, then an unprintable Tracey Emin neon home-grown work (although that certainly occurs) to explain this global growth: collectors from around the world are also CONTEMPOR ARY sPACE, from her recent Hayward show, and so on, back through coming to London and New York, the two major auction sTUNNING VIEWs David, Lawrence, Mantegna, the Warren Cup, van Doesburg. centres ahead of Hong Kong, to buy best works in all It turns out, without even knowing it, that I’m part of the latest categories. Roman Abramovich bought a Bacon triptych for mo sm a n , n e w s ou t h wa l e s , aus t r a l i a great movement in the art world: the Medici collector, the $86,300,000 and for $33,600,000 with no evidence of voracious snapper-up of the highest-quality works of art and regionalism. Each of The Hyde’s sub-penthouses sprawls over half of an design, regardless of period, medium or nationality. As the class of the modern super-wealthy has developed, entire floor of this skyscraper rising above the central business Of course, the Medici collected actual objects, rather than they have become globe-trotters with no underlying loyalty to district. With both sub-penthouses being northerly orientated, postcards, but the spirit is the same. The term, which seems a country or (by extension) an artistic movement. The fact they have been inspired by the tones of Hyde Park, the designed to flatter the collector by associating them with that that you can be anywhere you like, whenever you like, with shimmering Sydney Harbour, and the ever-changing light from fabled dynasty, does not in fact reflect a new phenomenon: homes in several locations to furnish and decorate, and a dawn to dusk and are truly breathtaking. many great collectors throughout history have wanted the portfolio a little diversified into art, means there are no Offering single-level living, the eastern residence totals 272 best of everything. boundaries to your buying for pleasure and investment. If you square meters, or around 2,927 square feet, of both indoor and The Caesars would as happily have northern European are a true citizen of the world, an opportunity that wealth outdoor living space. The western penthouse spans a total of metalwork as Greek sculptures or Eastern silks; their sacred gives, why should you not be similarly eclectic in your 244 square meters, or roughly 2,626 square feet. Backdropped and profane successors, the popes and the merchant or collecting? An absence of nationalism allows this to develop, by an unforgettable city skyline panorama, the formal rooms banker families who included the Medici, the same. But it has as it did in the continent-wide Roman Empire and the are embellished with fireplaces, stone flooring, and an outward recently taken on a new resonance as modern wealth – both city-states of the Renaissance. Our more recent nationalistic flow to an entertaining balcony. The kitchens feature stone the new billions from Asia and Russia and the millions earned countertops, Miele appliances, wall ovens, and cappucino by those in the financial services industry – has started to From LeFt: a machines. Each of the three bedrooms is coupled with a make itself felt in the art market, and collectors, large Nymphéas lavishly appointed en suite bath with in-floor radiant heat. unrestrained by an overbearing art education by monet; a or the pressure to buy deeply rather than widely, have bought, $15,700,000 blue ˘ Nearly 10 acres including gardens and fern pond magpie-like, the best in each field. The key is eclecticism. diamond ring; Syed ˘ Handcrafted stone staircase conest et et reprovit, intur Evidence for this phenomenon comes from the acceleration Haider raza’s ˘ Carriage house, boathouse and garage complex with CLASSICAL SPLENDOUR 10 OF THE BEST THE MOST DESIGNED FOR LIFE: of prices at the top of all fields, rather than just Impression & Saurashtra; ˘ Three-bedroom guest cottage uptur si verum haria sequi autes AND MODERN LUXURY PROPERTIES FOR SPECTACULAR A RARE 1,000 YEAR Modern and Contemporary, the traditional record-breakers ˘ Maio veni ad hari quia volorehende pa pedist quamus. ENTERTAINING PENTHOUSES IN OLD CASTLE IN (although $106,000,000 for Picasso’s Nude, Green Leaves and Italy’s unique palatial properties p.15 THE WORLD SCOTLAND Bust (1932) kept that end up). At Christie’s in 2010, a Kirman ‘vase’ carpet from seventeenth-century Persia was sold for oFFer eD at i n Qui r i es on t h e w eB p.24 p.42 p.36 $9,600,000, the highest price ever paid for a work of Islamic $29,000,000 Ken Jacobs +61 2 9328 1422 email@example.com KEN JACOBS Level One, 31-33 Knox Street, Search for: art at auction. 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